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sintonicen el noticiero nacional telemundo marÍa celeste aparminutos despÉ que ocurriera estas 2 explosiones en boston en el merecen de boston, 2 explosiones ocurren en la meta de la marathon de boston, 2 muertos, mÁs de 86 heridos es el saldo inicial que nos presentan las autoridades en este momento de noticiero nacional telemundo. >>> y estamos viendo como algunas partes de boston tratan de volver a la normalidad y mientras se preguntan quÉ llevÓ a todo esto. si se trata de un grupo especÍfico organizado si fue un individuo con una agenda personal. que estÁ buscando atenciÓn a su daus. y no hay respuestas, como bien dijo el presidente obama, hace algunos minutos. no se sabe nada de nada, con respecto a quien fue la mano me gra que llevÓ a cabo estos atenta atentados, no se sabe que lo provocÓ. y van a dar con los responsables. >>> como dijo el presidente citando textualmente. no sabÍamos quien lo hizo o por quÉ, pero lo vamos a saber. glory. >>> muchas gracias josÉ, como bien dijiste, hace algunos momentos el presidente barack obama saliÓ a la sala de prensa de la casa blanca.
his wife, celeste, and their 17-year-old daughter, sidney, were seriously injured at the marathon. their son tyler decided to stay home at the last minute. but the rest of the family was here at the finish line, waiting for celeste's sister, carmen acabo, to cross. >> i had been turning around to look at friends to my left and behind me about 10 or 15 feet. they were holding up signs. we'd say things to each other, do you see her or what have you. >> i couldn't wait to see if everyone was so crazy at mile 22 and mile 19 what's it going to be like when i run down boils-ton. >> it happened just as she neared mile 26. >> so when the bomb went off and it hit you, what was happening around you, what did you first notice? what went through your mind? >> i have a vivid memory of seeing my daughter and my friends being blown back, falling backwards, my daughter's arms outstretched like this and just falling, falling backwards. i think my wife took the brunt of the impact. when i turned back around, she was no longer there and nobody was standing up anymore in front of me. so for a couple
de washington dc, lori. >>> gracias marÍa celeste, el presidente barack obama fue informado a eso de las 3 de la tarde, sobre lo ocurrido en boston. comenzÓ un mar de llamadas que incluyen al alcalde de boston, tambiÉn al gobernador de massachusetts, donde les dijos que tendrÍan a su disposiciÓn todos los recursos del gobierno federal. que fuera necesario. para no solo realizar esta investigaciÓn, si no tambiÉn para dar apoyo a los miles de visitantes que se encontraban en la ciudad, para este evento que es conocido mundialmente. por otro lado, hoy el mandatario tambiÉn hablÓ con los lÍderes del congreso, les informÓ lo que estaba ocurriendo, y tambiÉn recibiÓ de mano de la secretaria de seguridad nacional janet napolitano y el director del fbi robert mÜller, los informes de Último momento. el presidente dijo que no se podrÍa hacer conclusiones prematuras, sobre quienes o quien era el responsable de este hecho. y que como vamos a ver, el presidente dijo, que esa persona podrÍa sentir todo el peso de la ley. veamos. >>> hoy dÍa, el equipo mio de seguridad nacional me
la naciÓn que ha sido golpeada con hechos como este, marÍa celeste. >>> los mÉdicos que atienden a los heridos dicen que algunos pacientes han tenido que sacarle hasta 40 objetos metÁlicos desde balÍnes hasta clavos, objetos que son entregados como evidencia al fbi y los investigadores. >>> marÍa celeste, las explosiones que ocurrieron ayer por la tarde reabren la herida del terrorismo ademÁs a nivel nacional, new york una de las ciudades que mÁs incrementÓ las medida de seguridad, isolda esÁa allÁ. >>> muy buenas tardes, new york que estÁ ventosa y tambiÉn que ha amanecido como una fortaleza en el dÍa de hoy res guardada por los cuatro costados, incluyendo lterminales de puentes, autobuses, aeropuertos, etc... esto ademÁs de se ha aumentado el reporte de paquetes sospechosos que ocasionÓ el cierre de una de las terminales del aeropuerto la guardia y la evacuaciÓn de una vecindad en ohio, la poblaciÓn se toma en serio que si ves algo di algo, porque las autoridades resguardan el paÍs completo, si no tambiÉn la poblaciÓn que lo estÁ tomando muy en serio tras lo
's not rocket science. it's just common sense. >>> let's bring in mike, staff writer and celeste, foreign policy analyst from the department of labor's occupational safety and health administration. great to have you both here. when you heard about this, mike and started looking through the osha records, i saw it from your reporting, were you surprised it had been so long since osha inspected the plant? >> no. literally the plant had not been inspected in my lifetime, literally not since 1985. there's not enough osha inspector inspectors for the country. there are so few in texas, it would take 98 years for them to inspect every place once. it didn't surprise me. typically there's only an inspector when a worker calls up and complains and typically only in a union workplace. >> it's a complaint and people come out and not like doors on hazardous work sites. >> occasionally, not that often. >> what is the standard. you would think a fertiliz fertilizer -- about 20 employees in this west fertilizer warehouse where this happened. what is this standard that would prompt a heightened level of scrutin
estudios centrales y marÍa celeste hoy se sabe quÉ detalle seso han revelado sobre las vÍctimas que fallecieron en el ataque una de ellas fue la joven gerente de un restaurante, muriÓ cuando escapa encontraba a una amiga, cuyo novio corrÍa en el maratÓn. se confirmÓ la muerte de una joven de la china, que era estudiante de post grado en la universidad de boston. y como saben las autoridades ya habÍan identificado a este angelito de 8 aÑos que falleciÓ y al que describen como un manto del fÚtbol y de la paz. >>> hablando de los heridos, sabemos que 62 personas permanecen hospitalizados y que 12 de ellas estÁn en condiciÓn critica a muchos sobrevivientes le tuvieron que amputar extremidades y lo nuevo es que tuvieron que operarlos en mÁs de una ocasiÓn. porque desarrollaron severas infecciones. a mis espaldas hace 2 dÍas. 2 bombas que causaron muertes, heridos y mucho terror. esta ciudad de a poco vuelve a la normalidad. la calle r boil boils tono sigue dividido. la normalidad estÁ regresando. la gente no tiene ni dae que hace 2 dÍas trabajaban en el otro bolocco, metro
monday, ever since his wife celeste, and their 17-year-old daughter sydney were seriously injured at the marathon. their son tyler decided to stay home at the last minute. the rest of the family was here at the finish line waiting for celeste's sister carmen acabo to cross. >> i had been turning around to look at friends to my left and behind me about 15, 10 or 15 feet. they were holding up signs. we'd look at them, say something to each other. do you see her, what have you? >> i couldn't wait to see if everyone was so crazy at mile 22 and mile 19 what's it going to be like when i run down boyleston. >> reporter: it happened just as she neared mile 26. so when the bomb went off and it hit you, what was happening around you, what did you first notice? what went through your mind? >> i have a vivid memory of seeing my daughter and my friends being blown back, falling backwards my daughter's arms outstretched like this and falling backwards. i think my wife took the brunt of the impact. when i turned back around she was no longer there and nobody was standing up anymore in front of m
is on the left, her sister in the middle and celeste's daughter on the right. rich took pictures of his wife in the first few miles and drove to the finish line where he and his children waited across the street from where the bombs exploded. they were there for ten minutes. and then -- >> it was surreal how loud the noise was. i can almost still hear it, it was deafening. my younger son started to cry. my oldest son his first words were, is it the north koreans. >> reporter: they were okay. but he knew his wife and her sister were on the other side of the street. and this is what happened. celeste who is a hairdresser who spends most of her time on her feet had to have her legs amputated below the knee. this is the front page picture again. sydney who is getting ready for college next year, also critically wounded. >> major injury to her femoral artery. you see in the picture two gentlemen applying pressure to that wound and really saved her life. the surgeon said she could have bled out in a matter of minutes. >> the heartbreak and torment this family is going through, is only magnified by
was here at the finish line waiting for celeste sister to cross. >> i had been turning around to look at friends to my left and behind me, ten, 15 feet. we were holding them, saying do you see her, what have you? >> i couldn't wait to see if everyone was so crazy at mile 22 and mile 19 what's it going to be like when i run down boyleston. >> it happened as she neared mile 26. >> so when the bomb went off and it hit you, what was happening around you, what did you first notice? what went through your mind? >> i have a vivid memory of seeing my daughter and my friends being blown back, falling backwards my daughter's arms outstretched like this and falling backwards. i think my wife took the brunt of the impact. when i turned back around she was no longer there and nobody was standing up anymore in front of me. so for a couple of seconds, i just looked left and right and then looked down and there she was. >> your wife. >> my wife celeste. i saw her eyes were open and i don't realize this was a bomb that exploded. i see her eyes open. i know she's alive and start to look around and ther
: sergeant gabe martinez only just met celeste corcoran. but he knows her. >> so you -- >> we're the act same. i'm four inches above the knee. >> reporter: a double amputee, gabe lost both of his legs to a roadside ied in afghanistan in 2010. celeste lost her legs when the finish line of the boston marathon became a war zone. >> we have the same injuries. just to be on that level with somebody, it really gave me, you know, the platform to speak from the heart and tell her how it's going to be. >> reporter: these people lost their limbs from ieds. does that make it more personal? >> absolutely. >> it does. >> reporter: sergeant b.j. ganam lost a leg to an ied. he, gabe, and a handful of others from the semper fi fund are visiting the boston bomb survivors, offering not just financial support, but real life advice. >> their whole lives are going to change. it's not just to get out of the hospital, heal and throw a prosthetic on, wham, bam, thank you ma'am and they're done. it's the rest of their life. >> reporter: roseann moved to a rehab center this week. her right leg was amputated above her
, and celeste, former policy analyst for the department of labor's occupational safety and health administration. when you heard about this and started looking through the osha records, because i think i first saw them from your reporting. were you surprised it'd been so long since osha had inspected the plant? >> no, literally this plant has never been inspected in my lifetime. it didn't surprise me. you know, if every osha -- there's not enough osha inspectors to inspect every workplace in the country. there's so few in the state of texas, it would take 98 years for osha to visit every workplace in the state of texas once. it didn't surprise me there wasn't an inspection. typically, there's only inspections at osha when a worker calls up and complains and that typically only happens in a union workplace. >> so it's prompted by a complaint and then someone comes out. it's not like there's people canvassing and knocking on doors of hazardous work sites? >> occasionally, but not that often. >> celeste, what is the standard for, you would think a fertilizer -- there's about 20 employees as far as
attack. >> this doesn't matter. it's just a change of scenery. >> reporter: celeste corcoran and her 18-year-old daughter sidney were at the boston marathon to cheer on celeste's sister who was running the race for the first time. they were waiting by the finish line when the bombs that would change their lives forever exploded. celeste lost both of her legs. her daughter was wounded by shrapnel. >> i can't do anything right now. >> right now, yes. but i'm telling you, you know, with all my heart you are going to be more independent than you ever were. >> this veteran marine sergeant gabe ramirez is also a double amputee. doctors echo his optimism. >> nearly all of the patients that have lost legs are already walking the halls of physical therapists. we are gearing up for a mass exodus to rehab hopefully in the upcoming week. almost 1600 u.s. troops have lost one or more of their limbs since the beginnings of the war in iraq and afghanistan. lynn lost injuries -- some service members are even returning back to the combat zone. military medicine has fueled this advancement in prosthetics
. williams and his wife, celeste, have been friends of my wife and i and our family for a couple of years. >> williams is under fire for reportedly doh neni $15,000 into the -- report of the donating $15,000 to the governor's daughter for their wedding. it is a gift that the governor apparently never disclosed. >> it was a gift for their wedding. i believed under reporting laws that this would be give to my daughter and not to me. >> but others questioned whether the relationship between mr. williams and the governor's daughter wootan was close enough to warrant the the 15,000 -- and the governor's daughter was close enough to warrant a $15,000 gift. >> no one in my administration has been given any special consideration because of their friendships, because of their nations' to my campaign, because of any gifts that have been given, not mr. williams or his company, nor any other dividual or company. governor says he understands why the questions and -- why the public may be questioning the donation in question. and he is looking into changing way familychange the members do their reporti
venegas y gana 4 a 2 la máquina celeste se quito el hechizo es campeón de la cmx copa mx . >> en copa libertadores xolos de tijuana ante millonarios de colombia duelo para la actividad del grupo 5 . >> tenorio así gana xolos de tijuana pero como gano corintians están segundos . >> ahora en la casa de la juventus, mario al 64 para poner el 1 a 0 , transitorio al fin al 90 la oportunidad para pizarro , quedo 4 a 0 paso bayern múnich . >> para terminar el partido de monterrey y galaxy de los Ángeles en al concachampion de nigris 1 a 0 eliminan a galaxy de los Ángeles monterrey en la final nos vemos en al siguiente . >> a ti gracias . >> más adelante teléfonos iteligentes pueden ser aliados para presentar la devolucion de impuestos les contamos al regresoi . >> [♪ ♪] . >> . >> [música] . >> [♪ ♪] . >> un aplicación puede salvar a quien no hace aún los impuestos . >> contribuyentes viene la hora limite para el tío sam . >> quien no declaro los impuestos? . >> soy flojo . >> las escusas sobran pero algunas asisten en el proceso . >> tienen aplicación , estas son para
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el segundo de la máquina y la goleada celeste a 5 a 0 la máquina pita fuerte. >> y el morelia derroto al queretaro que tiene 1 pie y medio en ladivision de ascenso, queretaro esta en agonia y su destino esta marcado. >> liga española 3 mexicanos frente a frente, al 55 el cabezazo pone al ventejaa el español después logra el 2 a 1 y al 86 jonas loigra el 2 a 2 y en una ierre dramático logran el empate final. >> y la estrella kobe bryant estará rompiendo lo tendor de aquilles, bryant anoto 34 puntos antes de lesionarse. >> y esta noche lo último de la jornada de la liga mexicana. >> volvemos a caracas venezuela. >> como estas lourdes seguimos en caracas tendremos información desde venenzuela y estaremos en miami igual. >> las horas que son importante, a que horas abren, a que horas cierran y los resultados. >> el cronograma las hirnas se abren a eso de 6 de la mañana y cierran a las 6 de la tarde, pero quienes tengan gente a las 6 de la tarde podrían hacerlo hasta que voten las ultimas personas entre las 6 de la tarde a las 9 de la noche dan los primeros resultados ofriciales
boston. ip inclundo los. y la pena de muerte isolda. >>> que tal, buenas tardes marÍa celeste asÍ es, hoy fue el acusado formalmente, acusado vanaing la redundancia por el departamento de justicia. se leyeron sus derechos miranda que tanta controversia suscitaron, en el momento del arresto, no se habÍan leido sus derechos. sin embargo, en estos momentos, se enfrenta a cargos que lo podrÍan llevar a la pena de muerte, o cadena perpetua, de ser encontrado culpable. en estos momentos las autoridades regresan a lugares claves que arrojan pistas de sus actividades, planificar atentados incluyendo hacia la ciudad de new york como hoy se dio a conocer. veamos el reportaje. >>> un equipo de la cia y fbi. el sobreviviente y presunto sospechoso en este hospital. el departamento de justicia, anuncio, que. tsarnaÉv. >>> encontramos mÁs informaciÓn, >>> tsarnaÉv de 19 aÑos, enfrenta cargos de utilizar un arma de destrucciÓn siva, y de destrucciÓn maliciosa e intencional, de propiedad pÚblico causando muerte de ser hallado culpable, puede ser condenado a la pena de mo muerte o cadena perpetua
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balart y marÍa celeste. >>> nos vemos maÑana, los dejamos con caso cerrado nos vemos maÑana, cuÍdense mucho. >>> oye le habÍa pasado... >>tengo aÑo y medio de casado con patricia... fui abusado sexualmente a la edad de 15 aÑos. >>porque yo quiero un hombre que me toque de verdad, no Él, que parece una mujer cuando me toca. >>...con un palo de escoba empezÓ a hacerme cosas. >>y con el trapeador tambiÉn. eso es lo que le gusta. yo le daba duro a Él. yo no soy impulsiva. doctora: ¡pero acabÓ contigo! >>yo querÍa sexo salvaje y Él no me lo querÍa dar. >>un buen padre es ca... >>el padre de mi hijo quiere llevarme a mÍ con Él. >>Él no puede criar a mi hijo. a un hombre que le gusta... un m----. >>este es mÁs macho que tÚ,
mitad, la máquina consigue el empat, al 72 los celestes dan la vuelta al marcador con gol dechuletita orozco , se lleva la victoria >> en la bundesliga el bayern munich se coronó campeón 1 a 0, frente a frankfurd, es el número 23 en la bundesliga, y ahora buscaran el titulo de la copa alemana y la liga de campeones >> el real madrid enfrento al levante y lo goleó 5 a 1, higuain, la pipita con un golazo, mezut ozil con 2 anotaciones >> el mallorca se llevó una goleada, el barcelona fue mucho equipo, le metió 5 pepinos, 3 goles de fabregas y dos de alexis sánchez le dieron forma >> la real sociedad goleó al malaga, y carlos vela fue el anotador del rpimero >> para el final vamos a hong kong, cientas de personas salieron a las calels para disfrutar de buenos almoahadazos para mejorar la circulacion y calmar el estres. >> este evento fue organizado por un joven, consiguió que el mismo spiderman este en las peleas con almohadas en 28 ciudades del mundo, comenzó el 2008, hay muchos descansados. >> almoadazo limpio, nos despedimos por hoy más adelante tendremos más información.
and her 18-year-old daughter, they were at the boston marathon to cheer on celeste's sister. they were waiting by the finish line when the bombs that would change their lives forever exploded. celeste lost both of her legs. her daughter was wounded by shrapnel. >> i can't do anything right now. >> right now, yes. but i'm telling you with all my heart, you will be more independent than you ever were. >> reporter: this veteran, marine sergeant gabe ramirez, is a double amputee. doctors echo his optimism. >> almost all who lost limbs are walking the hauls with physical therapists. we are gearing up for a mass exodus to rehab. >> reporter: almost 100,000 have lost one or both limbs since the wars in iraq and afghanistan. some wounded service members are even returning back to the combat zone. military medicine has fueled this advancement in prosthetics, but it's civilians in boston who will benefit this time. >> this is basically the start, you know, this is the new beginning for both of you. >> reporter: celeste is keeping up her spirits, even talking about running the boston marathon nex
a message of hope to victims of the terrorist attack like celeste and sidney corcoran. >> i can't do anything right now. >> right now, yes. but i'm telling you, with all my heart, you are going to be more independent, you know, than you ever were. >> i'm so glad to hear that. >> marine sergeant gabe martinez joins me here in boston. as i said this morning, thank you for your service. really appreciate it. thank you for your heroics now helping with the people like the corcorans. we saw just a three-minute youtube clip. tell us what it was like to experience that. what did you tell them and how are they doing? >> that was three minutes ago. probably a long, lengthy hour of a visit with them. i went in with other heroes and we just went in there and basically just coped with them. and told them everything will be all right. and being that i have the same injuries as the mother celeste it really hit home and i was able to kind of relate to her on a personal level and just give her that hope. you know, everybody can say you'll be okay but it really hits home when somebody can really rela
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. y marÍa celeste, lori montenegro hablÓ hoy en exclusiva. con uno de los mÁs influyentes senadores, patrick, el presidente del comitÉ judicial del senado, seria clave para una reforma migratoria integral. y nos brinda este reportaje. >>> tras el almuerzo seminanal. se podrÍa presentar el proyecto de ley de la reforma migratoria, que negocia un grupo bipartidista de senadores. en el comitÉ judicial del senado, se def tbatirÁ el proye, ya hay movimiento. (hablado en in dmres). >>> el senador patrick que preside el comitÉ, dijo en exclusiva a telemundo que ha programado a la audiencia para el prÓximo 17 de abril, para el prÓximo proyecto migratorio y quieren debatirlo y votar sobre la misma la primera semana de mayo. >>> rechazÓ argumentos de algunos republicanos que el proceso va ases celerado nos dijo, que serÁ un proceso justo y todos tendrÁn una oportunidad de presentar enmiendas. pero advirtiÓ que no permitirÁ tacticas dilatorias. todo esto, ocurre en el marc de la marcha multitudinaria de maÑana y que se realiza 7 aÑos, luego de la misma mega marcha frente al capit
just found out she lost both legs and she said that. and i was like, celeste, i'm going to be with you every step of the way to get you back on your feet and to be able to conquer this. and i will. i mean, that's what we do anyway, you know. that's our family. we have a really special family. >> kevin, i know you're looking at a very long, long recovery time here for both your wife and daughter. what do you need? >> what occurs to i think anybody in this situation is how are we going to afford to pay for everything. but the overwhelming response from the community -- out of nowhere are texting and tweeting and donating to the family website. so you realize that with their help you are going to be able to get through this and pay the bills. >> reporter: grateful for the help of others, but most grateful to still have each other. >> it just hits you like life will never be the same but she can still hug me and i still have her. she's my very best friend, and i'm just so thankful to have her in whatever capacity that i do. >> reporter: and after all they have been through, kevin corcoran
to that will be important. speeding down the celeste -- one of our recommendation is any remaining contingencies be put under the command control of the program manager so that that can be reported to you and be visible and it doesn't really change the nature of your contingency management plan, but we think at this stage of the project it would be an appropriate idea. and then lastly, the impact of these projects and the importance of them. one of the points highlighted was the significance to drought. put thattion in perspective, there is another memo in your packet today that talks about the financial economic impact of drought. 10% reduction being measured in almost $2 billion a 20% reduction system wide, almost $4 billion, that would more -- per year of drought. obviously more than pays for the $19 million increase due to this project. so we support you moving forward. thank you. >> any questions? mr. bilbow. >> thank you. from what i understand about the program and the specific project level changes, i am satisfied that impacts on rate payers, all of the associated issues here, i'm good with. i'
and afghanistan are offering hope to the victims of the boston marathon terror attack. celeste corcoran lost both her legs when the bomb exploded. veteran sergeant gabe ramirez is also a double amputee. he paid her and her daughter sydney a visit with words of wisdom. >> this is basically the start. this is a new beginning for both of you. >> i can't see any hope right now. >> yes, right now. i'm telling you, with all my heart, you are going to be more independent than you ever were. >> celeste is keeping her spirits high. she's even talking about running the boston marathon next year. if you want to find out how you can help the survivors of the boston aks at that, you can go to our website at cnn.com/impact. we always have direct links and ways we can help, including several victims' personal fund pages that you can donate to. zoraida? >> i think it's remarkable how many of them said they look forward to running in the future or running that particular marathon. i guess it's a way of healing for them, right? >> that's right. as everyone says, 118th boston marathon next year will be the greatest
sÁnchez, con la victoria para la mÁquina, uno a cero, cuarto triunfo consecutivo de los celestes, en la liga francesa, el ajaccio venciÓ al montpelier. ochoa fue pieza fundamental en la victoria del equipo, al tener un penal al 49, el marcador sin goles, gran triunfo del ajaccio que no puede relajarse, se encuentra cerca de la zona del descenso, cuidadito. maravilla martÍnez venciÓ por decisiÓn unÁnime a murray, rutomÓ el tÍtulo de peso mediano del consejo mundial de boxeo, ganÓ, pero no convencio, el britÁnico le dio guerra. como siempre la invitaciÓn para maÑana en "repÚblica deportiva", y el partido que tendremos de pumas y jaguares, hasta aquÍ la informaciÓn deportiva, de regreso fÉlix, a los estudios, buenas noches. >>> gracias linsay, el presidente obama se olvida de los problemas para divertir a los invitado ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> y para el final nos vamos a la capital del paÍs, el presidente obama dejÓ atrÁs los problemas de la casa blanca para divertir a los 2500 invitados a la cena de corresponsales que se celebra en el hotel washington nhilton de la capital del
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together. >> it's right, savannah. a mother and daughter now side by side. celeste corkran lost both of her legs in the blast and her 18-year-old daughter sydney nearly bled to death from a severed artery. a hospital room they're sharing. >> i just kept saying over and over, no, no, no, in your head, just give me the last five minutes back. >> reporter: celeste stood with her husband and daughter at the finish line of the boston marathon. they were less than 20 feet away from the first bomb when it exploded. >> before i think they put me under, i just wanted to die. and then i just remember thinking, like, i can't. i can't. i don't want to leave my family, you no he? there's still too much to do. >> reporter: in the blast, celeste and kevin were completely separated from their daughter. while kevin helped celeste, who lost both her legs, bystanders rushed over to take care of sydney. >> from the moment i got, like, in the ambulance, i wanted to know where they were. i thought i was going to wake up and have no one left but my brother. >> reporter: tell me about, first, seeing each other aga
will be continuing to follow that story. mike of "in these times" and celeste, former osha analyst. that's all for "all in." rachel maddow now. >> thank you for following up on that. we will have much more on what a's happening in west texas. >> i will go watch. >> thank you for staying with us the next hour. this is a remote controlled car. most remote controlled cars like most everyday electronics that we use, they run on conventional batteries. plug an aaa battery into the hand-set, plug another aaa batteries into the car itself, you're up and running doing remote controlled stuff micro-sized. if you happen to get one like i did this year, a couple aaa batteries pretty much does the trick. if you're really into remote controlled cars, if you're a remote controlled vehicle hobbyist, that might not be enough. you might instead use a battery that looks like this, a c sized nickel battery made specifically for things like remote controlled toys and marketed to have a very long cycle life and rapid battery charge-up. this particular battery is a rechargeable battery that can last more than a wee
today in a hospital bed beside her mother's hospital bed. her mother celeste lost both of her legs below the knee. joining me now, captain cameron west who visited sidney and her mother. captain, tell me what you had to tell these victims of the boston bombing? >> yes, sir, mr. o'donnell. number one, it's an honor to be here in support of those that were injured, and to tell you, we went up to boston to try to motivate and show those that were injured a little bit of what they might experience in the next couple months and year with their amputation. and in turn we actually were motivated by these people of all ages, and that is what compelled us to get up there, and we were actually the ones that, you know, got that out of the visit. >> and so you as a marine were injured in combat and you suffered amputation yourself, didn't you? >> yes, sir. at the end of 2010, foot patrol , i was leading my platoon through the sangan valley, and we hit an ied. my injuries were amputation right above the knee and extreme damage to my right forearm and hand and loss of vision in my right eye. >> captai
and daughter. who never imagined how their lives would change. they both suffered serious injuries. celeste lost both legs. >> i can't do anything right now. >> right now, yes. but i'm telling you, with all my heart that you are going to be more independent than you ever were. this is basically the start. this is the new beginning for the both of you. and so many opportunities is going to come your way. >> you look good. you look real good. >> thank you. >> this doesn't matter. this is just a change of scenery. it really is. >> i know. >> he's moving, running, doing the paralympics. >> really? >> you may want to do that one day. >> the start of a new beginning. the marines help show both women the possibilities ahead. another victim, heather abbott found hope in a bedside visit from someone she did not know. >> if someone had told me that i was going to have half a leg at the age of 38 before this happened, i think i would have never believed it. i think i would have been devastated and i really haven't had a moment yet of being devastated because i've gotten so much support from the hospit
. williams and his wife celeste have been family friends for four or five years. but i think it's important that the people of virginia know that nothing has been done with regard to my relationship with mr. williams or his company star scientific to give any kind of special benefits to him or his company. >> special benefits? that's where things get tricky. williams' company sells this nono non-fda approved dietary supplement. and just three days before their daughter's wedding mrs. mcdonnell flew to florida to tout the drug at a gathering of doctors and investors. huh? what a coincidence. the mcdonnells also allowed the company to hold an event promoting the supplement at the governor's mansion. at one point there was even a photo of mcdonnell smiling and holding the supplement on the company's facebook page. hmm. how about that? looks like this is one virginia probe that's needed. joining me now is "washington post" nia malika hepderson. thanks for coming on the show tonight. >> great to be here, rev. >> if this probe is involving, you know, the fbi probe can't be a good thing. what can
for your service, number one. >> back up, if people don't know the story, that was sydney and celeste corcoran, on the finish line, visiting a sister who was running. >> mother and daughter. >> mother and daughter, battling it out in their own room. you saw them, how were they? >> first of all, they were out of their hospital beds, for me, being a patient at one time. that's step one right there. getting out of the hospital bed, and they were -- they were in great spirits. a huge support system, all of the family there and that's the first thing i noticed. >> gabe, you lost both your legs in an ied incident in march, thanksgiving 2010. >> yes, sir. >> what are they feeling right now that you felt at that time? >> their minds are filled with questions, ranging from what am i going to do now? is my life over, am i going to be dependent again or dependent on somebody taking care of me the rest of my life? i went through that that when i was in the hospital. had my ups and downs, happy one day, sad the next and right now, discovering who they are now, and it's going to be an ongoing proce
at boston medical visiting the mother/daughter duo, celeste and sidney corcoran. and today is sidney's 18th birthday. she initially suffered what they thought would be a fatal wounding from last monday's marathon attack. the two of them, it sounds like, will be okay. >> all right, brooke. thanks very much. brooke baldwin reporting from the hospital. meantime the fbi is very interested in speaking with the widow of dzhokhar tsarnaev's brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, to see if there is any way she might help. her attorney says, quote, she is doing everything she can to assist with the investigation. we'll go to rhode island, her hometown there with this part of the story. what's going on over there? >> reporter: wolf, katherine russell is back home now after heading out with her lawyer for several hours earlier today. her attorneys say that they have been speaking with federal investigators on her behalf but won't say whether she has spoken to investigators directly. tamerlan tsarnaev's widow hustled out of her parents' rhode island home tuesday. investigators want her help as they piece together
'm telling you, you know, with all my heart, you will be more independent than you ever were. >> celeste is keeping her spiritses high, talking about running the boston marathon here next year. if you would like to help the survivors, go to cnn.com/impact. direct links in all kinds of ways you can help, including the personal fund pages of several of the victims. happening later today, a memorial here in boston for one of the victims. at noon, vice president joe biden will attend a service for sean collier, the m.i.t. officer killed during the manhunt for the suspects, meanwhile, later on this afternoon, the house intelligence committee will receive a full briefing on the terror attacks and we'll find out what information they learn. >>> coming up, we're talking about that m.i.t. officer sean collier. we have cambridge police chief and m.i.t. police chief about what happened to officer collier and how they want people to remember this remarkable young man. you are watching "starting point" live from boston. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] nothing gets you going quite like
the terrorists did to so many people. >>steve: the mother's name is celeste cochran. she was visited by two marines who were so inspiring, the video went on youtube immediately. take a look at this. >> [inaudible] >> right now. i'm telling you with all of my heart you are going to be [inaudible] than you ever were. >> so glad to hear. i can't believe you're the same. >> i almost joked around like i'm not super athletic. i like to work out but running has never been my thing because i always get horrible shin splints. so i'm like hey, i don't have shins anymore. i can do this. >>brian: he had his legs amputated and he's trying to pick up her spirits. he said this is not the end. this is just the beginning. straight ahead we have a lot more show coming your way. forget those long lines at the airport. the sequester could be the difference between life and death? >> the sequester could also cost the country in humankind, a cure for aids, parkinson's disease or cancer. >>brian: is senator harry reid right? do i even have to ask that question? >>gretchen: when you thought it couldn't get worse,
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